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throughout the northeast, including new york city, connecticut, rhode island, and massachusetts. snow is already falling in the midwest. hurricane force wind gusts are expected to cause whiteout conditions, massive drifts, power outages, coastal flooding in the northeast, areas still recovering from hurricane sandy. so thanks for watching us. check in for "good morning america," they're going to have the latest on snowstorm coverage. our extreme weather team on the ground out there with the latest information on all of it. we're always online at abcnews.com. and we will see you here tomorrow.
. >> reporter: well, we do know what to expect. one to two feet or snow for some of the biggest cities, and some places, even more. then there's the wind and the storm surge, major issues. >> it's ridiculous. we were just standing there and getting blown all over the place. the wind is just crazy right now. >> reporter: wabc reporter tim flesher is gauging the storm surge. >> i'm standing alongside one very angry long island sound. the waves already whipping up. >> reporter: even before the bulk of the storm hit, the roads were terrible. a section of i-95 in connecticut was shut down and even plowed crashed. this one flipped in virginia. what do you got there? back in boston, getting off the roads and back home was vital. >> we should be prepared, you know? you never know. so i hope everything's fine. my own concern is about the power. because no power, no heat, you know? >> reporter: more prepared. that's how millions spent their friday. the preps have begun. all that salt pouring into the trucks, they're getting ready here. we've got a little while before the heaviest snow starts, but they are
captain of this boston city plow. oh boy, now i'm driving. oh boy. to see thousand force was fighting the worst of it overnight. this is just the beginning of it. >> yeah. >> reporter: how long do you expect to be out tonight? >> anywhere from 16 to 20 hours. >> reporter: wow. that's a long shift. it's going to be a long shift for a lot of folks. this whole thing started whaen snow-making clipper system joined a moisture-filled storm from the south. collision makes this nor'easter. >> these gusts are really starting to come at us now. you get a perspective from the light, just how fast and hard the snow is starting to fall. >> stay off the roads. stay home. >> i think everybody's in a panic. everybody's getting ready. we don't know what to expect. >> reporter: well, we do know what to expect. one to two feet or snow for some of the biggest cities, and some places, even more. then there's the wind and the storm surge, major issues. >> it's ridiculous. we were just standing there and getting blown all over the place. the wind is just crazy right now. >> reporter: wabc reporter tim flesher i
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